We tend to assume that it’s the big actions that count the most. Is it possible that many of us are making small mistakes that are preventing us from reaching our goals? A strategic systems based approach will mean that we’ll be far likelier to reach out aims.
What would life be like we all gave a little less fucks? Life would be far more comfortable and enjoyable. But there’s a lot lot more to this book than just giving less fucks.
Within the context of this book, having a slight edge refers to being more likely to get what we want. Is there a tool or philosophy we can use on a daily basis to get a slight edge for every area of our lives? According to Jeff Olson, there is.
Have we been led astray by most modern success advice? Eric Barker believes there’s a counter-intuitive approach to getting what we want in our lives. His ideas are shockingly brilliant, and his writing is entertaining all along the way.
What can you do to become a more proactive person? One of the key takeaways from this book is that proactive people always focus on the things they can control. While reactive people focus on the things they cannot control.
What can a channeled book teach us about the future of humanity and how we can lead more heart-centered lives? You don’t need to believe in channeling to recognize the wisdom in the book. Either way, it has plenty of timeless ideas worth applying.
In a culture where success is prized, can surrender offer us more than it seems to offer? David R Hawkins believes that it’s through letting go that we can gain more than we’d ever hoped to. If the books lessons are applied, you’ll certainly become a lighter and kinder being.
Worry is a plague that affects all of us during different periods. How can we be free from it so that we live calmer lives? Dale Carnegie wrote the seminal book on the topic of worry in 1948, and its wisdom still rings true as ever.
Do our thoughts truly define our reality? This book aims to help us dismiss lower energy thoughts as we grow to understand the value of our negative experiences. It also explores how we can make more grounded, heart-centered decisions.
This book takes us through the riddles and ‘questions and answers’ a Zen master has with his students. Can it help us approach life in a more peaceful and zen way? At the very least, it has tons of great wisdom worth applying.